Advanced Rn Measurements for Multi-Family and other Large Bldgs

(212 customer reviews)

$155.00

Students taking this course will learn about the different approaches for testing apartment buildings, as well as, the additional complexity involved with working with tenants as well as clients.  Using both US EPA protocols and the newly created AARST Multi-Family Measurement protocols, students completing this course will have the tools to expand their radon measurement into this growing segment of the radon industry. 

SKU: C-12-103 Category: Certified By:

Description

Using both US EPA protocols and the newly created AARST Multi-Family Measurement protocols, students completing this course will have the tools to expand their radon measurement into this growing segment of the radon industry.  The skills taught in this course will also be applicable for those wishing to test schools and administrative buildings. Students have access to survey tools such as test logs, testing notices and other resources to help enter this market.

Course Includes:

  • Video
  • Course Manual
  • AARST/ANSI Protocols – electronic copy
  • Online Quizzes
  • Downloadable Course Certificate
  • 12 Category 1 CE Credits

Options:

  • Download/Streaming – No course materials will be shipped – everything you need is available to access and download online.

Additional information

CE Credits

12

212 reviews for Advanced Rn Measurements for Multi-Family and other Large Bldgs

  1. cyrus

    Very informative course.

  2. Noah Miller

    The course was quick but very informative and easy to learn from.

  3. Anastasia Barnett

    Very informative course. A lot to digest.

  4. Jason Wiley

    Very informative

  5. Joseph Coppa

    Course instructors and content was excellent.

  6. bkoka

    Expires: 03/31/2024

  7. Brian Belfiore

    Intuitive website, easy to navigate, thorough course content

  8. rreinhardt

    I liked the format of the course

  9. Colleen Christopulos

    Material and Instruction was very good

  10. Randy Chaney

    A lot of information but was presented well with supporting material.

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